New Jersey Lottery launches new Quick Draw game
Kick-off birthday celebration to be held Tuesday in Hoboken
By Todd Northrop
The New Jersey Lottery lately introduced the fast moving Quick Draw game in 400 places around the state.
Quick Draw, a keno-style game, gives a kind of lottery play new to the state, during which profitable numbers are electronically drawn after which displayed on a tv display screen this is put in in retail places the place tickets are offered. Drawings are held each and every 5 mins.
“Quick Draw is a strong addition to the Lottery’s product lineup,” stated Carole Hedinger, Executive Director of the New Jersey Lottery. “I’m confident that players will enjoy the fast-paced fun and excitement the game provides. Quick Draw creates a new level of entertainment in social settings.”
Quick Draw is a social area lottery game and will likely be to be had predominately in public venues reminiscent of bars, eating places and bowling alleys, the place gamers keep for a time period to socialise, dine and meet with buddies.
Players can buy a Quick Draw play for a $1 minimal as much as a $10 most. Prizes vary from $1 as much as $1,000,000 relying at the acquire quantity.
“Quick Draw is a unique Lottery game because many people can participate and engage with the game via the large television screen enhancing interaction in social spaces,” Hedinger defined. “The game also provides an opportunity to a new set of businesses which do not currently offer traditional Lottery games. Selling Lottery can be a business boon due to our strong brand and promotional reach. Lottery also provides commissions and may enhance overall sales.”
Kick-off birthday celebration Tuesday
On Tuesday, a Lottery Quick Draw Launch Party will likely be held, starting with a three:00 p.m. press convention, on the eighth Street Tavern in Hoboken. Lottery Director Carole Hedinger will likely be on-hand to introduce the new game to the general public, in addition to Greg T. of Z100 Elvis Duran and The Morning Show (Q102 in Philadelphia) and Derek D, comic and host. The Lottery ambassador crew will likely be distributing promotional pieces and teaching gamers on learn how to play Quick Draw.
Playing Quick Draw is simple. Players would possibly make a choice from 1 to 10 numbers or “spots,” out of a pool of 80 numbers.
The odds and possible prizes are made up our minds through the volume of spots decided on through the participant. Players win through matching some or all in their numbers to the 20 numbers drawn. Players can win as much as $1,000,000 through enjoying a 10 Spot for $10. Players would possibly make a choice their very own numbers through finishing a chance slip or they will acquire a Quick Pick price ticket. Detailed game regulations and odds & prizes are to be had on the lottery’s reputable website online (see deal with underneath in Related Links).
Following the Tuesday kick-off birthday celebration in Hoboken, a sequence of Quick Draw release events will likely be held at Lottery outlets around the state. The Lottery promotions crew will likely be available to lend a hand gamers in finding out the new game and to offer Lottery giveaways at a number of places within the month of July.
- Thatcher McGee’s, 53 Broadway, Denville, NJ (Morris County)
Wednesday, July 19, from five pm to 7 pm
- Dadz, Route 38 & Madison Avenue, Lumberton, NJ (Burlington County)
Thursday, July 20, from five pm to 7 pm
- Bar Anticipation, 703 16th Ave, Belmar, NJ (Monmouth County)
Friday, July 21, from 6 pm to eight pm
Greg T. of Z100 Elvis Duran and The Morning Show (Q102 in Philadelphia), Erica Young, New Jersey Lottery Drawing Hostess and Lottery Ambassador and Derek D, comic and host, will likely be available on the Bar Anticipation tournament to fulfill with enthusiasts.
- The 34th Annual Quick Check Festival of Ballooning, Solberg Airport, Readington (Hunterdon County)
Friday, July 28 thru Sunday, July 30
The Lottery will characteristic a Quick Draw Lounge on the tournament beneath a 20′ x 10′ tent. At the Lounge, gamers can take a seat down and play Quick Draw viewing the game on two 32″ Quick Draw screens on stands.